Tom Pyszczynski, PhD

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO, United States 
Social Psychology
"Tom Pyszczynski"
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Svet M, Portalupi LB, Pyszczynski T, et al. (2023) Applying terror management theory to patients with life-threatening illness: a systematic review. Bmc Palliative Care. 22: 74
Lockett M, Fergerson B, Pyszczynski T, et al. (2022) Predictors of posttraumatic stress symptoms, COVID-related functional impairment, and burnout among medical professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 1-12
Horner DE, Sielaff A, Pyszczynski T, et al. (2021) The role of perceived level of threat, reactance proneness, political orientation, and coronavirus salience on health behavior intentions. Psychology & Health. 1-20
Helm PJ, Lifshin U, Greenberg J, et al. (2021) Will Life Extension Affect Our Social Judgments? Evidence That the Possibility of Indefinite Life Extension Increases Harshness Toward Social Transgressors. Psychological Reports. 33294121988997
Pyszczynski T, Lockett M, Greenberg J, et al. (2020) Terror Management Theory and the COVID-19 Pandemic Journal of Humanistic Psychology
Trifiletti E, Pedrazza M, Berlanda S, et al. (2017) Burnout Disrupts Anxiety Buffer Functioning Among Nurses: A Three-Way Interaction Model. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 1362
Park YC, Pyszczynski T. (2017) Reducing Defensive Responses to Thoughts of Death: Meditation, Mindfulness, and Buddhism. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Chatard A, Selimbegović L, Pyszczynski T, et al. (2017) Dysphoria, Failure, and Suicide: Level of Depressive Symptoms Moderates Effects of Failure on Implicit Thoughts of Suicide and Death Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 36: 1-21
Lifshin U, Greenberg J, Soenke M, et al. (2017) Mortality salience, religiosity, and indefinite life extension: evidence of a reciprocal relationship between afterlife beliefs and support for forestalling death Religion, Brain & Behavior. 8: 31-43
Becker M, Vignoles VL, Owe E, et al. (2017) Being oneself through time: Bases of self-continuity across 55 cultures Self and Identity. 17: 276-293
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